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Didier

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Hi,

it's impossible to know what is responsible for it. Perhaps a user, but who ? And when ?
I'd like to look to logs to see all the update concerning a specific account. But I don't see anything in operations log.
I add a new event in my calendar, no trace in the operations log.

Is there a way to log operations about calendar update ?

Thanks.

Didier
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Vicky

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Hi Didier,

If an item is removed/deleted or moved to a new folder there should be an entry in the operations log. The operations log will show what protocol the item was moved/deleted over.

If the calendar event is updated for example having the date or time changed this does not reflect in the operations log. However enabling 'WebDAV Server requests' and/or 'Message folder operations' in the debug log may help show who is affecting the calendar events.

I hope this helps,
Vicky
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Didier

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Thanks for your answer Vicky.

Looking everywhere to enable 'Message folder operations', I can't find it. Can you tell me how you enable this log ?

Didier
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Vicky

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Hi Didier,

Yes of course, this is an option in the debug log. If you go to the Web Admin->Logs->Select debug->Right click in the right hand window->Messages, you can enable that option in there.

I hope that helps,
Vicky
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Didier

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ok ! Right click on the web page, I don't have the idea ! Thank you Vicky.
It gives thousands of lines. It will be not easy to find something but I'll try.

Didier
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